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Fromm

Erich . 1900--80, US psychologist and philosopher, born in Germany. His works include The Art of Loving (1956) and To Have and To Be (1976)
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They had a third and seven from their own 8-yard-line, nobodys idea of fun, with Fromm hitting Ridley on a 16-yard crossing pattern.
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In addition to his biographical sketches of these individual figures, the first chapter also contains some interesting reflections on the reasons for the rising popularity of Zionism among young German Jews--such as Fromm and Lowenthal--in the early 1920s, which included their experience of antisemitism in the German military, the declining appeal of liberal politics in the Weimar Republic, and a critique of the assimilationist politics of the mainstream Jewish organizations of the time.
Though his active campus involvement was enough to win him the student government presidential election, Fromm said he's felt judged by some of his peers throughout college because, as he wrote in the article that appeared in the school's Beacon Bolt newspaper last week, "I couldn't force myself to believe in God.
Nuestra hipotesis de trabajo es que Fromm ofrece elementos para una concepcion de este talante.
Durante los anos 40 Fromm desarrollo una importante labor editorial, pues publico varios libros que luego fueron considerados clasicos sobre las tendencias autoritarias de la sociedad contemporanea y se desvia marcadamente de la teoria original freudiana.
Like Fromm, he rejects post-structuralism and parallels the early Marx's work on alienation with the fetishism of commodities in Capital.
In his definition, Erich Fromm uses the word "happiness" itself: "Happiness is an achievement brought about by man's inner productivity and not a gift of the gods.
This phenomenon of drought hardening is in the common literature but not really in the academic literature," said Michael Fromm, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln plant scientist who was part of the research team.
Fromm suggests a set of universal qualities to the human experience which he specifically distinguishes as "humane" and from there he asks us to consider how those ought to be the main criteria and reference for designing and planning, of which curriculum and pedagogy ought to pay close attention.
El psicoanalista y teorico social judeoaleman Erich Fromm (1900-1980) publico en 1966 una obra en la que se propuso interpretar la tradicion religiosa de su pueblo desde una perspectiva "radical".
Fromm is not alone in suggesting revisions to Freudian depth psychology (see McLaughlin 2001), nor are revisions to Freudian depth psychology the sole avenues into the social and political dimensions of narcissism (see, e.